Sabaj stood by his decision to let them take the money back to the station, where the contents’ total worth was determined to be 0,000.“I’m sure Wayne was battling with moral decisions at that point, ” said Lt. Sabaj’s moral dilemma was probably even more tortuous because he, like about 9 percent of the country’s population, is unemployed.“That could have been somebody’s life savings, you know?That wouldn’t be fair if I just kept it,” Sabaj told ABC News.
She has been bought by an animal sanctuary and will live out her years alongside other members of her family.
“Wade was a beloved member of the organization, a terrific teammate and wonderful father and husband who will be greatly missed,” Poile said.
“Our thoughts and prayers go out to his wife Jennifer and children Andie and Alex.
Now this isn’t an everyday occurrence in the unincorporated Mc Henry county.
In fact, authorities have no idea of where the money came from.